|Climax!: Night of Execution|
A woman (Nina Foch) murders her abusive husband (Vincent Price)to save her son. While she makes it looks like an accident, she still has consequences to face.
Keywords: Classic TV; Climax!; Vincent Price
Downloads: 1,512 (1 review)
|TV'S Reader's Digest: The Brainwashing of John Hayes|
An American Missionary (Vincent Price) is put on trial by the Chinese Communist government in 1951 after a thorough attempt at brainwashing. Season 2, Episode 4 Original Air Date: November 7, 1955 Based on a true story
Keywords: Classic TV; Communism; China; Reader's Digest; Vincent Price
|The Christmas Carol (as told by Vincent Price) - Bernard Ebert, Mike Stokey|
The 1949 TV dramatisation of the Dicken's classic.
Keywords: Classic TV; Drama; Short; Fantasy; Vincent Price
Downloads: 19,024 (2 reviews)
|Crossroads: God's Healing|
Vincent Price plays a minister with a healing ministry. When a woman with a heart condition comes to him for help, he finds there's more than physical health involved. Season 2, Episode 9 (1956)
Keywords: Classic TV; Crossroads; Religion; Vincent Price
Downloads: 2,984 (2 reviews)
|The Vincent Price Collection of Fine Art (Informational) - Sears, Roebuck and Co.|
The Vincent Price Collection of Fine Art: An Informational Program Production Presented and introduced by Vincent Price
Keywords: Classic TV; Vincent Price; Horror; Art; Painting; Rembrandt; Advert; Commercial; Ads
Downloads: 3,074 (2 reviews)
|''The Chevy Mystery Show'' - The Suicide Club|
An episode of "The Chevy Mystery Show" starring Cesar Romero, and hosted by Vincent Price. Originally aired 18 September 1960. Contains the original Chevrolet commercials. Sound quality is bad (no, I cannot fix this).
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; The Chevy Mystery Show; Cesar Romero; Vincent Price; Anthology; Anthology series; Drama; Chevrolet
|''Robert Montgomery Presents'' - The Ringmaster|
An episode of the well-liked *live* dramatic anthology series of the 1950s. This episode stars Vincent Price and other talented people. Despite being given a 1-star review on IMDb, it's not too bad, in fact it's pretty decent despite some iffy attempts at British accents. This copy contains the original commercials for Johnson's Wax and Lucky Strike cigarettes, but lacks the closing credits. Originally broadcast 26 May 1952...
Keywords: Classic TV: Television; Vincent Price; Drama; Anthology; Anthology series; Robert Montgomery; Live television